For children from poor families whose father had died or couldn’t work, there were day nurseries funded by charitable donations, Michel says. But there were no affordable all-day childcare centers for families in which both parents worked a situation that was common for low-income families, particularly Black families, and less common for middle- and upper-class families. During world war II when women were recruited to work in factories and to allow more women to work, the government began subsidizing childcare for the first (and only) time in the nation’s history. Before World War II, organized “day care” didn’t really exist in the United States. The children of middle- and upper-class families might go to private nursery schools for a few hours a day. Is the universal health care funding in poor countries by united states free from hidden interests ?